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Old 04-02-2014   #89
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Default Re: Should foster be next to go?

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Originally Posted by WolverineFan View Post
Peyton also beats pressure. So does Brady. That's why they're so good. A lot of people like Bridgewater because he's good against pressure.

Nobody really knew what McCarron was like under pressure because his O-Line was so good that he rarely saw any. He did in the Oklahoma game though and he laid an egg.
Was it as big as the 18-1 Brady-led Pats laid or the Peyton-led Broncos laid just this past Feb.? And those guys are highly paid, NFL-veteran QBs.

Anyone can crack if the pressure is high enough and consistent enough.

And how did we get from Foster to QBs anywho?
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